Visas of United States of America, Visa, Business visa
A business visa is issued to foreigners for business purposes such as contract negotiation, consulting with other business associates in the USA and attending business conferences. An application form that is correctly completed and signed by the applicant is required. A passport that is valid for a period 6 months after a stay in the United States is required. Proof such as ties to the family property to ascertain that the applicants would return to Pakistan. Criminal records or letter from authorities stating that you do not have prior convictions. If the applicant is self-employed, a certificate of business registration and payslips for the last three months are required. List and details of your social media accounts that the applicant use and the names. Business letter from employer written on the company letterhead stating that absences have been granted and that the applicant would be returning to the current job. The letter should also indicate the duration of the trip, the purpose of the trip, the applicant job position and payslip of the last three months. If the applicant is self-employed, a copy of the original business license is required. Applicants should provide bank statements for the last 6 months. Financial or bank statements to prove you have the finances to stay in the US. Ties to Pakistan such as family, job contract, lease, or property deed, which prove you will return.
Current Pakistan passport with at least 6 months of validity and at least one blank visa page. One completed and signed visa application form. 1 recent passport photograph that is taken with the last 6 months displaying a non-smiling expression. Flight ticket for return of applicant’s journey is mandatory. Applicants are required to provide photocopies of important documents. A copy of the applicant’s flight ticket is a mandatory China visa requirement. Letter of invitation from inviting company in China stating the purpose of stay and duration of stay. The letter should also indicate who will be responsible for the applicant's financial expenses. The letter must include contact information such as company address and phone number of the company in China. The letter must be approved by the Ministry of Labor and Employment. Business letter from applicant’s employer in Pakisan stating they are aware of the applicant’s leave is required. The business letter should also indicate the contact information of the company in Pakistan. Copy of confirmed itinerary showing dates of arrival and departure.
A business visa is issued to foreigners for business purposes, investment, marketing, commercial transactions, selling and buying property in Afghanistan. A valid passport with at least 6 months of validity remaining. The passport must have at least one empty page for stamp. One visa application form fully completed and signed. One passport-type photograph attached to the application form. Employer letter from the Sponsoring government or organization in Afghanistan stating the purpose and duration of the trip is required. The name and contact information of the company in Afghanistan should be clearly stated in the letter. The letter must be issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Chambers of Commerce in Afghanistan. Applicants applying for a business visa should be below the age of retirement (65) and must provide their educational documents along with the visa application. Onward/return ticket or confirmed itinerary
The signed visa application form must be fully completed with correct and honest information. two identical passport photograph that is taken with the last three months is required. Valid national passport – no older than 10 years, with a validity of three months beyond your planned stay in Germany. The passport must have at least one blank page to affix the visa sticker. A document that confirms you have obtained health insurance, which will cover costs of at least 30,000 Euros in case of an accident or illness and repatriation in case of death. The insurance must cover the whole stay in Germany. Travel itinerary which include flight reservation, rail tickets or other means of transport which you are planning to use to reach Germany. Proof of accommodation for your entire stay in Germany. – which could be a hotel booking (with details including the address, phone number and email of the hotel). If self-employed: Certificate of Proprietorship or other proof of ownership (proof of land title, proof of income from agriculture (sales form). Applicant's company bank statements from the previous three months Invitation letter from the business partner in Germany in English or German mentioning the invitee details, the dates, and purpose of the trip with detailed schedule of the business meetings or training. The detailed schedule of your business meetings (ONLY for stays over 30 days) Company covering letter with entire travel plan (itinerary) mentioning your position, duration of your service, the dates and purpose of the trip and if your expenses are being covered by the employer. Certificate of Incorporation of the company.
The business visa is issued to foreigners travelling to the Netherlands for business purposes such as attending a business meeting, conferences, negotiating and signing contracts. The applicant should provide proof of company registration of the company in the Netherlands by providing a certificate of registration issued by the Government of the Netherlands. A cover letter from the applicant's employer in Pakistan stating the awareness of applicant's trip, duration and reason of travel to the Netherlands are required. The business cover letter should also indicate that the applicant is of good conduct. The cover letter should clearly state who will be financially responsible for the applicant during the stay in the Netherlands and must be signed by a senior employee in the company in Pakistan. The invitation letter must be approved by the chamber of commerce in the Netherlands must be provided. Proof of business dealings by both companies should be provided. Income tax for the last three months must be provided. Confirmation of return ticket must be provided, this is to show that the applicant has the intention of returning back to Pakistan. The business visa is valid for a maximum stay of up to 90 days . Proof of yellow fever vaccination and other communicable diseases should be submitted. Applicants travel itinerary showing travel details and dates of entry and exit from the Netherlands are required.
A business visa is issued to people who want to perform business activities in Spain. Holders of this visa can attend business meetings, conferences, trade fairs, and sign contracts while in the country. The maximum period the holder of this period can stay in Spain is 90 days. Applicants are required to have valid medical insurance for the whole duration of stay in Spain. If the applicant is self-employed, a copy of the business license, company bank statement of the latest 6 months and Income Tax Return (ITR). Invitation letter from the Spanish company the applicant will be visiting and their detailed address accompanied by the dates of the visit is required. A certificate from the applicant's employer stating/allowing the business travel/leave is required. If there were previous trade relations between the two companies, proof of such events must be provided The business bank statement of the latest 6 months is to be submitted by the applicant. Regarding the applicant’s expenses during stay in Spain, either the employer or the partner company must state coverage of expenses on the letter or invitation.
A completely filled application form must be signed Two recent 35 x 45 mm color passport-size photographs taken against a white background Original Pakistan passport valid for 6 months beyond the intended stay in Italy. The passport must have at least 3 empty pages for Italy visa stamp. If the applicant is not a citizen of Pakistan, a copy of the applicant’s residence permits should be submitted. Applicants are required to submit a copy of a previous passport and visa. Travel medical insurance for the entire period of stay in Italy. An original letter of invitation from an Italian company is required. This letter of invitation has to be written on the Italian Company’s letterhead and it has to contain relevant personal data of the invited, purpose of the visit and duration of stay. This letter of invitation has to be accompanied by the photocopy of the signatory’s Identity Card (or passport) and copy of the Italian company’s registration with the Italian Chamber of Commerce. These documents have to submit by applicants and not transmitted by the Italian companies to the Consulate General of Italy. Proof of previous business conducted with Italian Companies (Invoices, Bills of Lading, or sales/distribution agreements ), if applicable. Income Tax Clearance Certificate. Company’s bank statement covering the last six months. Letter from the Pakistan company stating the purpose of the visit, applicant’s employment status in the company details regarding activities and business relations with the Italian company. Proof of accommodation/hotel reservation. Proof of financial means in Italy of residence such as a bank statement of the last six months.
The Belgium business visa application form should be correctly filled and signed by the applicant. Two recently taken photos must be attached b oth photos must be taken within the last three months. A valid passport should valid for at least three more months beyond the date of exit from Belgium. Travel itinerary including dates and flight numbers specifying entry and exit from Belgium. Medical insurance with a minimum coverage of 30,000 euros in case of any medical emergency as illnesses, accidents and even repatriation in case of death. Hotel reservation or proof of accommodation is required for the whole duration of stay in Belgium. Applicants are required to provide a copy of their bank statements of the last three months to show proof of sufficient funds for the whole duration of stay in Belgium. Sponsorship Letter by another person that confirms they will be financially supporting the applicant’s trip to Belgium in case the applicant does not have a bank statement. In order for this letter to be valid, it must be accompanied by a bank statement of the sponsor, no older than three months. Applicants are required to provide a receipt showing proof the visa application fee has been paid. Letter from the employer in Pakistan m eticulously describing the purpose of the travel and awareness of business leave to Belgium. An invitation letter w ritten by the partner company in Belgium faxed also to the corresponding consulate. This letter has to appear as an invitation to attend meetings or other relevant events matching trade, industry or work. It must be stated either in the employer’s letter or the partner company’s invitation that one of both parties will be covering the applicant’s travel expenses during the required period of stay in Belgium. If there were previous trade relations between the two companies proof of such an event.
The business visa is issued to foreigners traveling to France for business purposes such as attending a business meeting, conferences, negotiating and signing contracts. The applicant should provide proof of company registration of the company in France by providing a certificate of registration issued by the Government of France. A cover letter from the applicant's employer in Pakistan stating the awareness of the applicant's trip, duration and reason for travel to France are required. The business cover letter should also indicate that the applicant is of good conduct. The cover letter should clearly state who will be financially responsible for the applicant during the stay in France and must be signed by a senior employee in the company in Pakistan. The invitation letter must be approved by the chamber of commerce in France must be provided. Proof of business dealings by both companies should be provided. Income tax for the last three months must be provided. Confirmation of return ticket must be provided, this is to show that the applicant has the intention of returning back to Pakistan. Applicant's travel itinerary showing travel details and dates of entry and exit from France is required.
The business visa is issued to foreigners who intend to engage in business activities such as negotiating and signing business contracts, attending conferences, trade fairs, and business summits in the UK. A letter of invitation from the host company/organization in the UK should be presented during the visa application process. The letter should have the company’s address, the purpose, and duration of your visit. A letter from the applicant’s employer stating awareness of the business visit to the UK should be provided. The letter should provide information which includes the position of the applicant held in the company, how long the applicant has been employed, the purpose of the visit, as well as, the duration of the stay in the UK. A certificate of business registration of the host company in the UK is required. If the responsibility of the applicant’s expenses in the UK will be taken up by the employer in Pakistan or the partner company in the UK, it should be stated in the letter provided. Proof of any previous business dealings between you and the company you are meeting with should be provided if any. Holders of the business visa are not allowed to be paid for the services they render in the country. Applicants in the country with this visa are not allowed to study. Non-Pakistani are required to provide a copy of their Pakistan stay permit. Receipt showing the visa application fee has been fully paid
Th e business visa is issued to foreigners traveling to India for business purposes. Business travelers can negotiate and sign business contracts with other business partners or companies in India . Holders of this visa can attend trade fairs, conferences, and business seminars relating to their profession. An invitation letter from the company in India is required. The letter must state the nature of the business to be carried out ad the duration of the business trip. The letter must also state who will be responsible for the applicant’s finances while in the country. A letter from the s ending company in Pakistan should be provided. The letter must be printed on the company’s letterhead and state the duration and purpose of the business trip. The letter must also state that the employer in Pakistan is aware of the business leave. A copy of the Commercial Registration paper of the Pakistan company and its English translation should be provided. If the applicant will be sponsored by either the sending or inviting company, it should be clearly stated in the required letters. Holders of this visa are not permitted to receive payments for the services they render while in the country. Non-Pakistani nationals are required to present a copy of the Pakistan residence permit.
Completely f illed and signed Japan business visa application form. Original Pakistan passport valid for at least 6 months after the intended stay in Japan.. 2 Include a passport style photo, with a white background, taken within the last 6 months. Copy of round trip tickets or confirmed itinerary showing details of activities to be carried out in Japan. Copies of bank statements from the past 6 months showing that the applicant has enough funds for the whole duration of stay in Japan. A letter from the applicant’s employer (on business letterhead, with contact details), stating that a leave of absence has been granted and that the applicant will be returning to the current job. If the applicant is self-employed, a copy of the business license and tax return is required. Copy of confirmed hotel reservations as proof of accommodation in Japan. A business invitation letter from the company in Japan is required. The letter should be printed on company letterhead stationery and signed by a senior manager. The business letter must briefly introduce the applicant (please specify employment status/position held in the company by applicant), state the nature of the business to be conducted (ie. business meetings, contract negotiations, etc.) and the names and addresses of companies to be contacted in Japan.